1) What's your character's name?

2) How old is he/she?
uh.... >> 19?

3) Is your OC a boy or girl?

4) What's his/her race?
i'm not sure... hes half human and half elf.


1) If this character were to suddenly become part of the real world, and ended up in a heavily-populated area, how many stares would he/she get?
probably not as much in a heavily-populated area where there is probably alot of different types of people, unless you notice hes got pointy ears... >>

2) Is your character considered normal in his/her own world?
um, a bit wild, but yes hes normal.

3) What would be his/her most recognizable feature(s)?
his pink hair ^^

4) Would you consider your OC as attractive?
yep ^^


1) Temper?
he is mostly chilled and passive, but he will get riled up on some matters.

2) Does your character ever get depressed?
at heart he is a bit emo, but he knows how to deal with it to where its not so bad when it does hit him.

3) Leader or Follower?
he both follows and leads. He takes the lead when he has to but he prefers to follow b/c its easier.

4) What is the main aspect(s) of his/her personality?
He is rather blunt with the truth, but knows when to ramain silent. Hes pretty random, as you can tell from his style and isn't afraid to be who he wants to be. He isn't very sure about his orientation, despite his pink hair, he is merely curious at the moment.


1) Did your OC have a family of any sort? If so, are they still alive?
If he was once with his family, he has no memories of them. His earliest memories are him being shifted from home to home. He is trying to find out about his parents, but so far the search has been unsuccessful.

2) Is your character out on his/her own? If so, why?
Yes, because he likes to be independant, and he has no family to go home to that he knows of.

3) Has he/she encountered any traumatizing events?
hes been moved around from family to family his whole life, what do you think? his feelings for people have suffered tremedously, and b/c of his style, he was constantly running into trouble at school with other students, which has added to his "loner" personality.

4) What was probably the best time in his/her life so far?
After he turned 18, he was given the chance to live by his own rules and not follow anyones else.


1) Single?

2) Has your OC developed any romantic relationships?
nothing that ever meant anything.

3) Virgin?

4) Does your character like flirting?
sometimes not but sometimes he does.


1) What animal would you associate your OC with?

2) Musical Instrument?
he knows the piano, but isn't well at it.

3) Element?

4) Planet?

Showing the Love

1) Do you draw your character?

2) Do you write about him/her?
not really.

3) Do you use him/her in any rpgs?

4) What other ways have you appreciated your OC?


1) Is your character wanted for anything?

2) What are three weaknesses in him/her?
a) his lack of emotions sometimes
c) ...

3) Strengths?
a) independant
b) wise
c) lack of emotion

4) Does your OC drink or smoke (etc.)?
he tried smoking once, but doesn't any longer

5) What's one quirk about him/her?
his style in appearance

6) Does your character have any phobias?
being alone for the rest of his life

7) What could you do to get him/her into a blind rage?
accuse him of something he didnt do or say.

8) Does your OC like chickens?
.... uh... sure?

The Final Question

What would you consider your relationship with your character to be like?
i'm his fangirl! ^^

"Mangaka" Foreword by Adam Warren

Yesterday was my 18th birthday and with the money I had I got I bought the book “Mangaka” foreword by Adam Warren. This book is basically a book compiled of interviews and tutorials by some of America’s “hottest artists”. The book features Svetlana Chimakova, Ms,Shatia Hamilton, Jesse Philips, Christy Lijewski, Amy Kim Ganter, Felipe Smith, Lindsay Cibos and Jared Hodges, Corey “Rey” Lewis, Tania Del Rio, Rivkah, and M. Alice LeGrow.
The book introduces itself with a passage by Adam Warren himself about how the use of the term “Manga” for American art work is still in its own little war, not only by Japanese fans and artists, but by Americans also. He states “…I don’t personally use the term “manga” (meaning Japanese comics) to describe the artwork that I create, nor do I use the term “Mangaka” (meaning a practitioner of Japanese comics art) to describe myself…” I believe that after reading that passage I got a bit of insight into the controversy. Next was a passage by Tania Del Rio and her experience and beliefs about the “war” that seems to be going on. This book has really given a lot to think about on that subject and in end the end I’m brought back to a direct quote by Tania Del Rio, “…At the end of the day manga is just a word. It’s two syllables that only have meaning because we give it meaning.”
For the remaining majority of the book, each artist gives a little information and insight about themselves and their style. Also, there are tutorial by a few of the artists ranging from Lineart, expressions, coloring, character personality, and etc. I really believe that this book is a great investment for anyone, American or Japanese, who like this area of art, for tips and just information.

Plans for the Future.

in 19 days i'll be 18 years old. In a few months i'll be graduating from High School. I'm scared to death of my future and honestly still haven't figured out what i plan to do. I'm good at multiple things but not great at them. I'm good at computers, but again i'm not excellent, and would i be able to sucede in that? i can draw, but i'm not all that good and i can't work on demand. Will i be able to even afford college? I am terrified.

on a different note me and my friend UniqueSideEffect is going into a business created by us called Itoshii Designs. For the moment we are just focusing on T-Shirt designs that will be offered at I've created a world already for this, but we haven't gotten the designs completed yet. Once i do that world will be used to promote our little business.

but yeah thats pretty much it.

This and that.

I’m finding that people only comment when I post on here, and that’s the last thing I want to do because I would rather post on MyOtaku. When I log onto MyO I find that no one updates and no one comments. When I first joined I thought this would be a home I could always be at, I chose it over DeviantArt because it felt that my crappy art could actually belong here, instead of on DA amongst the brilliant minds. I’m not saying that there is crappy work on here, it’s the opposite. I just felt that people were friendlier about their comments here, or actually, people commented period. I think that both sites look great, but I don’t feel at home any longer. I’m not saying that I am going to abandon, or leave the Otakus, just that I’m finding little and little reason to post. The other day I was donated a subscription on DA, and after I took a long look I find that many of my close friends that I made on here, have migrated there as well. People are friendly there just as they are here; I just didn’t know how to make those friends. Basically all I am trying to do is explain why there will be an absence in posts. I will keep coming, and I most likely will still post art, If I find it good enough quality to be posted. You can still find me if you want. Here are some possible choices:

AIM: VillainousBanana
Email: [email protected]
DeviantArt: randomxxxno0dle


so after reading Adam's new post on MyO, i can tell hes actually trying, and that alone means alot. but thats all i am going to say on that subject mostly from lack of anything to say.

tomorrow i am going to a local little club kind of place to see Sick Puppies, Dropping Daylight, and Saving Abel. it should be fun, i really can't wait.

I'm also entering a local contest. if i win, i'll 200 bucks. i have to design a logo around the theme of something like guns and violence at school is bad. i plan to do it on the computer. any ideas of what i could do it on?

oh and i hope everyone is doing well ^.^